Meet Jessica Woodson, our Chief Audiology Resident at Audio Help. We are proud of the volunteer work that she has commited herself to. Hear about her experience at Audio Help below.
Jessica Woodson is the Chief Audiology Resident at Audio Help Hearing Centers. She is completing her coursework at the City University of New York (CUNY) – The Graduate Center, where she has gained diverse experiences at various hospital and private practice settings working with a wide range of populations in order to develop into a well-rounded audiologist. It is her passion to build long-term personal relationships with her patients and their families, with the ultimate goal of providing exceptional care in order to improve the quality of their lives. She has served as an adjunct lecturer teaching Audiology for Speech-Language Pathologists at Queens College during the Spring 2016 semester. She is also involved with several humanitarian efforts, such as the NYC Walk 4 Hearing, Special Olympics, and the Starkey Hearing Foundation. In June 2016, Jessica attended a mission trip in Managua, Nicaragua to give the gift of hearing to hundreds of children and adults in need. Read more about her experience here: